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Let your free cloud storage work for you – online and offline

You think you don’t need the mail.com Cloud? Then you probably don’t know all the ways it can help you! Just by signing up for a mail.com account, you get a free backup solution with 2GB of space for storing photos and other files. Not only can you upload and store pictures, attachments, office files etc. to the cloud, you can create files directly in the cloud and access them on all your devices. more
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Best ways to back up a file: Hard drive, cloud & more

Think of all the things you save on your computer or phone – family photos, financial records, your CV, important papers that you’ve digitized… If something were to happen to the device they are stored on, they would be gone forever – unless you have stored copies of them in a separate, safe location. more
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Life hack: How – and why – to send an email to yourself

“Send emails to myself!?” you may be thinking… but it’s not as strange as it may sound at first. In fact, sending emails to yourself makes a lot of sense! Today we explore how writing yourself an email can be an effective life hack – plus how to email your future self. more
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How to use mail.com’s free Cloud

A lot of people have heard of “the cloud” but are not quite sure how it works, if it’s really a secure option, or which cloud storage is best. With a mail.com email account, accessing cloud services couldn’t be easier. That’s because when you sign up with mail.com, you automatically get 2 GB of free cloud file storage in addition to your email storage. more
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Ask the Expert: Why you should back up files to the cloud

When you send email, you sometimes send photos and other files as attachments. But did you know that thanks to the integrated mail.com Cloud, you can easily save and access your files in your inbox? As our cloud expert Tobias shows, keeping your photos and documents in the familiar secure environment can be a big help in your daily life. more
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Automatic photo upload with the mail.com mobile apps

Does your smartphone double as your camera? Nowadays most people answer that question with a “Yes!” But is it also the only place you save your photos? If your phone is lost, stolen or damaged, this could mean losing all your precious memories.

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Don’t stress about backing up your photos – activate automatic uploads

Why take that risk when you can activate automatic photo backups instead?

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Use the mail.com Cloud to back up and share your holiday photos

It’s holiday time! Many of us are getting together with friends and family we haven’t seen for some time and celebrating with our nearest and dearest. And to capture the memories, we are taking lots of photos! So it’s great to be able to free up space on our phones, back up photos safely, and share them with others.
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Take advantage of the mail.com Cloud picture storage to manage your family photos
Today we show you how it’s done – with mail.com’s free cloud storage for photos and more! more
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What is cloud computing?

You’ve probably heard companies advertising “cloud computing services” or friends talking about saving photos to their “cloud drive.” But what does that mean exactly? Is our data just floating around out there somewhere? If you aren’t quite sure, you are not alone!
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Cloud computing means storing and accessing our data remotely from “the cloud”
A 2020 survey by our company revealed that only half of respondents thought they could explain what cloud storage is – and only a third could actually do it correctly. Today: Cloud computing explained. more
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